I am generally not a fan of business books or self-help type books. I definitely never seek these type of books out and am never really interested in reading them for that matter. So, for me to have ever thought about reading a book under these headings, the book would have had to of been something someone lent me, or gave me for free. That is the case with Die Empty. A co-worker lent the book to me. I will have to admit, the book sat for a long period of time before I really began to dig into it. And the only reason I began digging into Die Empty, was the fact that I had no other book to read at the time as I waited to get to the half-price book store in another state a few days down the road. I say all of this to say, I was VERY surprised and blown away with how much I enjoyed Todd Henry’s “Die Empty.” This book really adds value to the reader’s life. It is more than a business book, more than a self-help book. I would consider Die Empty a thought-provoking, thought-challenging, life-challenging book. Todd does a great job of getting into the nitty-gritty of what it takes to live a fulfilling and satisfying life. He does a great job of using successful people from all walks of life as examples, and starts each chapter off with a quote that sets the table for what is to come thereafter. I think Die Empty would be a great read for anyone at any age. From a tween to an established entrepreneur. Die Empty offers valuable, challenging content for anyone and everyone. Chapter 6 is titled: Step Out of Your Comfort Zone. ANYONE who understands the power of getting uncomfortable has my ear and instant respect! Thank you Todd for writing this book, and adding value to this world! Keep up the great work!
Die Empty Rating: 5/5